Justin Timberlake channels Steve Jobs in new Filthy music video

Justin Timberlake Filthy

Timberlake will drop three additional videos following "Filthy" in the lead-up to the album's February 2 release, each with their own "individual style and color" from three different directors, according to a statement.

The track will also be accompanied by a music video directed by Mark Romanek, the same director from Timberlake's 2016 single and Trolls theme "Can't Stop the Feeling!".

The guest stars play out the split too: Alicia Keys and Timberlake's old sparring partners the Neptunes on one hand, country star Chris Stapleton on the other.

Now we know for sure: JT is releasing a new album on February 2, just a few days before his Super Bowl performance.

Justin Timberlake's new single "Filthy" has officially arrived.

In September, Justin - who previously tasted success with United States boy band NSYNC before going solo - featured on the new Foo Fighters album, "Concrete and Gold", after providing backing vocals for track "Make It Right". There's a pastoral and Western theme to the album's promo materials and title, while musical teasers in the trailer hint at acoustic-folk influence as well as mainstream pop.

Timberlake says his new album is his ambitious album to date, "both sonically and lyrically". Each video will have a different director.

The first song to drop from the much anticipated album is called 'Filthy' - and prepare for an earbug and a boogie, people, because this is one contagious song.

Filthy by Justin Timberlake on VEVO. How exactly a song titled "Filthy" fits in with this theme is not exactly clear as of yet. Listen to the new song here!



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